Business Discourse Analysis: How Netflix Builds a Legacy of Inclusion

Paper details: Hello, I need to write a discourse analysis approximately 1,000 words. I choose a topic about how Netflix builds inclusive work atmosphere in the entertainment business through films and shows. I use a source from this cite: https://about.netflix.com/en/news/building-a-legacy-of-inclusion. I have also attached the first draft of the paper which I started with an introduction about who wrote the article and the interviewee, and why is it important to talk about inclusion in workplace. If I should fix my introduction in anyway please help me.
Next, I must come up with analytical judgement which I want to focus on the how Netflix focuses on inclusion concept, so I need to select some key passages or a sentence from the text that seem standing out about inclusion. My professor said no more than 3 selections, so I decide to do choose 2 debatable ideas. The first one I think when Dr.Smith talks about inclusion lens seem interesting because by using the word lens can get all the production people involved to promote strong inclusion concept in workplace. Lens are also used for equipment for camera men, I think it’s quite genius of her to use that word. The second one is in the last paragraph where Dr.Smith quotes “creating a lasting legacy of inclusion in entertainment.” I think it is a beautiful ending and that she also mentions that all her study is still in the early stages including the “inclusion lens” practice. I think inclusion lens practice is an effective start which will be continuously practiced for her dreamed legacy of inclusion. I need to link these 2 ideas together somehow and I also need to cite the 2 quotes in MLA style both in the paragraph and at the end of my paper. These are my ideas, however if they don’t really seem to work out please help me on that. I do appreciate your help.

Important Requirements [MUST FOLLOW ALL]
– Approximately 1,000 words
– An academic essay, double-spaced with one-inch margins. Use a serif font; Times or Times New Roman, 12-point.
– Follow MLA style for in text and bibliographic citations.
– How does it match what you encountered in your field during a work experience? [This let’s just say that it’s important for this modern era workplace atmosphere to respect everyone equally. A concept of inclusion encourages employees to work with their best potential.]
– How do your current writing skills match what is presented in this document? What, if anything, does your text reveal that you must do to be able to write with authority in this business discourse, as a member of a discourse community? [Maybe let’s just talk about when I write I would like to consider about humanity issues such as equalities, diversity, LGBTQ community, so I wish to promote human equality when writing as a member of discourse community.]
– Quote specific, carefully chosen, and sufficient evidence from chosen text.
– Offer detailed observations of evidence.
– Offer specific, arguable judgments, in analysis, of how and why knowledge is ordered
and transmitted in the observed evidence from the chosen text.
– Offer the thick logic behind judgment, engaging the specificity and complexity of
evidence and judgment.
– Offer specific connections between text, as analyzed, and student’s own career interests,
preparation, and current writing skills.
– Show understanding of paragraph focus and development.
– Follow proper in-text citation conventions.
– Display proper grammar, punctuation, and syntax.


Other Guidelines [DO NOT NEED TO FOLLOW ALL OF THEM]
I have also provided some more guidelines for this assignment, however these we do not need to follow all of them. They are just some ideas for writing.
• How does this passage work? Why does it work that way? Then offer the thick logic behind this judgment—how did you arrive at this judgment?
• A coherent and lucid essay demonstrating penetrating understanding of the writing in your field, rather than a disjointed series of answers to questions.
• A penetrating, debatable, arguable analytical judgment. This is more
than mere summary or descriiption. We’ll need focused descriiption of elements of the document,
of course—but we can’t argue with a descriiption. We want a judgment and we want the
articulation of how we arrived at that judgment, the thick logic behind judgment.
• What does this text tell you about the kinds of matters, problems, or challenges that concern
professionals in your field? What is the purpose of the text? Does the text pass on
information? Knowledge? Instructions? Does it persuade? What knowledge does it assume the reader has already? How is this text to be used? How does this text function in the day-today or longer-term activities of the company, agency, department, or discipline at which it is aimed?
• What are your observations about this text in terms of one or
more of these elements? What strategies does the text follow in arranging these elements?
Does it favor one kind of element over another? When, why and how does it use text? Visual
elements? Does it balance elements? How? Why? Does it bring together, or “batch,” certain
kinds of information, knowledge, materials? How does overall format and organization relate
to purpose, or the way this text is meant to be used?
• Who is the reader? How do you know? How are specific appeals to the interests, needs,
desires, or concerns of this audience made? Is it clear what the audience should know, feel,
and/or be able to do upon reading this document? How is this clarity put into place?
• Consider the stance of the author/authors. Does the author make her or his presence or
identity known? Why or why not? Does the author forward and defend a point of view or
report facts or findings as an objective observer (or possibly both)? Quote examples from the
text.
• Consider elements of style at the sentence level. What is the diction, or word choice, used in
this document? Is it technical/semi-technical/non-technical? Journalistic? Does the writer use
specialized terminology or everyday language? Why? How would you describe the tone or
feeling of this text? Quote examples of how the author uses language to achieve his or her
aim in this particular piece of writing.
• Is this document successful, in your judgment, at achieving its aims? What are its strengths?
What, if any, are its weaknesses? Would you propose to change anything in the document,
improve it? How? Why?

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